Got 30 Ideas? Sign the Storystorm 2021 Pledge!
If you’ve been participating in Storystorm all month, you’ve been generating tons of ideas!
Luckily you don’t need tons to “win” the Storystorm challenge. You just need 30 of them!
When you have 30 ideas, you can qualify to win one of 8 AMAZING Storystorm Grand Prizes—feedback on your best 5 ideas from one of these kidlit agents!
- Ammi-Joan Paquette
- Miranda Paul
- Natascha Morris
- Adria Goetz
- Jennifer March Soloway
- Sean McCarthy
- Susan Hawk
- Liza Fleissig & Ginger Harris-Dontzin
(More on this tomorrow!)
In order to qualify for a Grand Prize, your name must be on the registration post AND the pledge below.
If you have 30 ideas, put your right hand on a picture book and repeat after me:
I do solemnly swear that I have faithfully executed
the Storystorm 30-ideas-in-30-days challenge,
and will, to the best of my ability,
parlay my ideas into picture book manuscripts.
Now I’m not saying all 30 ideas have to be good. Some may just be titles, some may be character quirks. Some may be problems and some may create problems when you sit down to write. Some may be high-concept and some barely a concept. But…they’re yours, all yours!
You have until February 5th at 11:59:59PM EST to sign the pledge by leaving a comment on this post.
PLEASE COMMENT ONLY ONCE.
The name or email you left on the registration post and the name or email you leave on this winner’s pledge SHOULD MATCH. However, when you comment, WordPress also logs information that allows me to recognize you, so don’t worry.
Again, please COMMENT ONLY ONCE. If you make a mistake, contact me instead of leaving a second comment.
Remember, this is an honor system pledge. You don’t have to send in your ideas to prove you’ve got 30 of them. If you say so, I’ll believe you! Honestly, it’s that simple. (Wouldn’t it be nice if real life were that straightforward.)
Are you ready to sign?
Then GO FOR IT! Let’s see your name below!
Source: Writing Competition